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Intellitec Relay


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anything is possible if you have the knowledge and tools 🙂

If the relay is simply soldered to a PCB board, then unsolder it and clean the board and solder a new one on.

How do you know it's the relay that is bad?

Making that determination is the harder part.  replacing it is the easy part.

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When you remove the board to replace the relay, check the printed circuit runs leading to the relay. I have had the AC go inop and when I went to replace the relay the high current of the AC  had caused the solder connections on the relay to fail and burn the copper runs.

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